Can Murray win on English soil at the O2?

Murray The tennis season might be coming to an end but thereʼs still a chance to see the best players in action, when the ATP Tennis Tour Finals hits the O2 Arena on November 20th. Among the stars on show will be the UKʼs own Andy Murray, facing up to the worldʼs best.


He may have just missed out on reaching the Wimbledon final this year, but our very own tennis superstar will be looking to end the tennis season on a high by winning the ATP Tennis Tour Finals.

Ranked no.4 in the world, Murray will have every hope of ending the year with a title earned on UK soil. But the competition will be tough.

With only the very top players invited, every match will be a stern test for the steely Scotsman. Usual suspects: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and current world no.1, and Wimbledon 2011 winner Novak Djokovic will all be in attendance.

Murray may have just won the ATP Cincinnati Masters, against Djokovic but it came after a Djokovic retired from the match with a shoulder injury. At the time, Murray was winning 6-4 and 3-0 at the time, but should he face Djokovic once more, he will want to beat him properly.

Now, ahead of the U.S Open Murray has been picking up form. Letʼs hope he can keep it up by the time the tennis worldʼs best come to London.

Returning again to The O2 and featuring the top eight singles and top eight doubles pairings, fans are guaranteed to see some ace tennis talent.

The ATP Tennis Tour Finals will be serving up a tennis treat from Saturday November 20th to Thursday November 24th. Tickets can be booked right now. So donʼt get caught out.